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August 1, 2012
Michael Lovelace
Member of Oak Grove
Baptist Church
KINGS MOUNTAIN -
Michael Wayne Lovelace,
x62, of
Kings
Moun-
tain;
passed
away
July 24,
2012 at
home. He was born Octo-
ber 4, 1949 in Cleveland
County, to the late Fred
Ellis and Louise
Canipe Lovelace.
Michael was a member
of Oak Grove Baptist
Church in Kings Mountain
and he served in the
United States Army
82nd Airborne Division.
He retired from Goodyear
and formerly worked for
Doerre Construction.
His funeral service will
be held on Thursday, July
26, 2012 at 1 p.m. at Oak
Grove Baptist Church,
Kings Mountain, with
Rev. Travis Northcut offi-
ciating.
Interment will follow at
Oak Grove Baptist Church
Cemetery with full mili-
tary rites by the Bessemer
City American Legion
Post 243 Honor Guard.
_ Visitation will be held
one hour prior to the serv-
ice in the church fellow-
ship hall.
He is survived by his
wife . Sondra Oliver
Lovelace; sons, Michael
Wayne Lovelace II and fi-
ance’ Dawn Brooks, Fred-
die Lovelace and wife
Christy all of Kings
Mountain; daughter, Crys-
tal Adams and Mitchell of
RR Bi,
OBITUARIES
Kings Mountain; brothers,
Terry Lovelace and Keith
Lovelace both of Kings
Mountain; sister, Cindy
Houser and husband Mike
of Kings Mountain; grand-
children, Michael
Lovelace III, Cody
Lovelace, Channing
Lovelace, Elijah Adams,
Jacob Adams, and Isaac
Adams.
He is preceded in death
by his brother, Ronnie
Lovelace.
Memorials may be
made-to Hospice Cleve-
land County, 951 Wen-
dover Heights Drive,
Shelby, NC 28150.
To offer condolences,
please visit www.siskbut-
ler.com
Sisk-Butler ~~ Funeral
Home, Bessemer City, is
serving the family.
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Carrie Riddle Martin
KINGS MOUNTAIN -
Carrie Riddle Martin, 93,
of Boyce Street, died July
24, 2012 at Summit Place
of South Park, Charlotte.
She was born in Cleveland
County daughter of the
late John J. and Mary Etta
Clark Riddle.
A graveside service
was conducted by Rev.
Tom Jolly at 11 am.
Thursday, July 26, 2012 at’
Mountain Rest Cemetery,
where interment followed.
Helen Hamm Hinson
Worked at Burlington
Industries
KINGS MOUNTAIN -
Helen Hamm Hinson, 87,
resident of Kings Moun-
tain died July 17, 2012 at
Wendover Hospice in
Shelby. She was born in
Cleveland County to the
late Amos Hamm and
Sally Huffstickler Hamm.
She was also preceded in
death by her husband,
Curtis = Allen Hinson;
brother, John Hamm; and
sisters, Louise Paysour
and Margaret Bumgard-
ner.
She retired after 35
years of service from
Burlington Industries in
Kings Mountain. She was
a loving wife, mother,
grandmother, and great
grandmother. :
She is survived by her
son, Dan Moore and wife
Louise of Bessemer City;
daughters, Patricia Barrett
of Kings Mountain and
Dianne Odoms and hus-
band James of Kings
Mountain; seven grand-
children; 14 great grand-
children; and five great
great grandchildren.
A funeral service was
conducted by the Rev.
Eddie Gray at 11 a.m. Fri-
day, July 20, 2012 at Ollie
Harris Memorial Chapel.
The family received visi-
tors prior to the service at
Harris Funeral Home. In-
terment followed the serv-
ice at Mountain Rest
Cemetery, Kings Moun-
tain.
Memorials may be
made to Hospice of Cleve-
land County, 951 Wen-
dover Heights Drive,
Shelby, NC 28150.
A guest register is
available at www.Harris-
Funerals.com
Harris Funeral Home of
Kings Mountain was in
charge of arrangements.
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ARRESTS
JULY 24: Jackie Prince
Hamrick, 42, 207 Duke St.,
simple assault, $5,000
bond, unsecured.
JULY 25: A 17-year-old
male was charged with
communicating threats.
JULY 27: Dustin Kevin
Bell, 27, Salisbury, intoxi-
cated and disruptive, resist,
delay, obstruct, possession
drug paraphernalia, $1,000
bond, secured.
JULY 28: Carl Chris
Lee, 29, 1042 Mountain-
crest Dr., reckless driving,
order for arrest.
JULY 30: Brandon Wade
Dixon, 24, 405 Hill St., pro-
bation violation, $30,000
bond, secured.
CITATIONS
JULY 23: Ernie Mark
Keller, 62, Bessemer City,
speeding.
JULY 23: Ronald Eu-
gene Ervin, 36, Shelby,
speeding.
JULY 25: Richard A.
Bera, 43, Minerva, OH,
speeding.
JULY 25: Raul Alejan-
dro Delpozo, 22, Charlotte,
speeding.
JULY 26: A 16-year-old
male was cited for trespass-
ing.
JULY 26: Ryan Charles
Molloseau, 25, Central, SC,
speeding.
JULY 27: Austin Paul
Ware, 18, 300 Edgemont
Dr., underage drinking.
JULY 27: Keisha Wal-
ton, 36, Greenville, SC,
speeding.
JULY 27: Jarrid Cohen,
33, N. Babylon, NY, speed-
ing.
JULY 27: Anthony De-
shaun Brown, 27, Gaffney,
SC, running stop sign.
JULY 27: Michael Floyd
Hanger, 44, Sandusky, MI,
stop sign violation.
JULY 27: Steven Towle,
* 19, Grover, speeding, fail- -
ure to carry license.
JULY 27: April Marie
Hall, 78, Clover, SC, stop
sign violation.
JULY 27: Michael Kern
Jr., 21, Iron Station, C, stop
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JULY 28: Thomas
Smith, 51, 1004 Second St.,
no seat belt.
JULY 28: Arian Lopez,
19, 306 Countryside Dr.,
speeding.
JULY 28: Tyler Adams,
18, 138-1 Putnam Lake
Road, speeding.
JULY 28: Alexis Miller,
29, Charlotte, conceal mer-
chandise.
JULY 28: Robert Dustin
Michael, 20, Mount Holly,
speeding.
JULY 29: Matthew
Reynolds, 23, Lancaster,
SC, no seat belt, failure to
carry license.
JULY 29: Joan Jamison,
56, 35, Shelby, speeding.
- JULY 29: Matthew Lee
Gregg, 25, Lincolnton,
speeding.
JULY 30: Brandon Wade
Dixon, 24, 714 McDaniel
Rd., no registration, no li-
cense for operating motor-
cycle.
INCIDENTS
JULY 23: A resident of
Princeton Drive reported
that someone cut open a
package at his residence,
took merchandise and then
resealed it.
JULY 23: Frito Lay, 564
Waco Rd., reported theft of
a catalytic converter valued:
at $400.
JULY 23: A resident of
Belmont reported theft of a
2001" silver Dodge Neon
from Waco Road.
JULY 27: Gibson Indus-
re-
ported theft of scrap metal.
JULY 30:Tobacco Barn,
716 Cleveland Ave., . re-
ported attempted breaking
and entering.
WRECKS
JULY 17: Officer K. L.
Putnam said that a parked
vehicle owned by Frankie
Coleman, 100 Garrison Dr.,
rolled from the parked posi-
tion and hit a fence doing
damages totaling $2,000.
JULY 20: Officer L. B.
Ware said that a 1995
Honda operated by Frankie
Dean Coleman, 100 Garri-
son Dr., rear-ended a 2001
Buick operated by Deborah
Ross, 106 Blair Drive. The
accident happened on US
74 Business. Property dam-
ages totaled $1700.
JULY 20: Cpl. D. K.
Davis said that a 2000 Toy-
ota operated by a 17-year-
old male rear-ended a 2005
Hyundai operated by
Brandy Mull of Grover on
US 74 Business. Property
damages were estimated at
$1100.
JULY 20: Officer G. L.
McKinney said that an un-
known vehicle struck a ve-
hicle operated by Charles
Barber of Bessemer City as
he turned into the parking
lot of Lil Caesar's Pizza.
JULY 20: Officer D. K.
~ Davis said that a 2003 Nis-
san operated by Jerry
Smith, 603 Stoney Point
Rd, pulled out in front of a
2000 Hyundai operated by
Jane Carpenter, 110 Raven
Dr., doing an estimated
$2200 damage. The acci-
dent happened on Morris
Street.
JULY 21: Officer T. E.
Bell said that a parked car
owned by Jon Fleisher, 101
Marcella Dr., was struck by
an unknown driver at the
Moss Lake parking lot.
JULY 25: Officer Lee
Whittington said that a
2005 Ford operated by
Dwight Tessneer, 106 Plan
tation Place, rolled from a
parked position at Wells
Fargo Bank into a 2005
Ford operated by Debra
Robinson, Southbrook Dr.
doing minor damages.
JULY 26: Officer D. K.
Davis reported that a mail-
box at the residence of
Mary McKinney, 109 Ful-
ton.Dr., was damaged by an
unknown driver. Damages
were estimated at $250.
Kidd charged
in fatal crash
Kevin Kidd, 24, of 257
Range Rd., faces three
counts of serious injury by
vehicle and three counts of
assault with a deadly weapon
inflicting serious injury fol-
lowing a fatal crash in
which a woman was killed
July 20.
Lora Crawford White, of
the Shelby area, died in the
crash.
The N. C. Highway Pa-
trol said alcohol was in-
volved in the accident that
injured four others, includ-
ing Kidd. District Attorney
Locke Bell added the other
charges after meeting with
investigators in the case.
The accident happened
on July 20 at 10:50 p.m. on
Dallas-Cherryville Road
near Apple-wood Road, ac-
cording to Trooper M.A.
Fleming. Trooper Fleming
said White was riding in
Kidd's car w hen it crossed
the center line and hit a Ford
pickup: head on.- A Jeep
Cherokee then struck Kidd's
car. :
Kidd was jailed on
$250,000 secured bond.
Public invited to hear about
pedestrian plan Thursday
Open house at the Kings
YMCA, 211
Cleveland Ave., Thursday
night from 5-7 p.m. will give
residents the opportunity to
hear about the Kings Moun-
tain Pedestrian Plan.
The City of Kings Moun-
tain is exploring ways to im-
prove walkability
throughout the community
and invites all residents to at-
tend this event and. con-
tribute your thoughts and
ideas in a highly interactive
work session and learn more
about the issues involved in
planning for pedestrian
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nity members.
needs.
Many recommendations
in the plan are the direct re-
sult of comments and sug-
gestions received at the
previous workshop April 26.
Your input in this second
workshop will help to set
priorities for building proj-
ects in the months and years
ahead.
The meeting will be facil-
itated by Centralina Council
of Governments, a regional
planning organization com-
mitted to a vital, prosperous
and sustainable environ-
ment. Centralina is working
with city staff, a steering
committee and various focus
groups made up of a variety
of Kings Mountain commu-
For more information
contact Blair Israel, Cen-
tralina Council of Govern-
ments, at 704-372-2416 or
email at Dbisrael@cen-..
tralina.org or contact the
City of Kings Mountain
Planning Department at 704-
734-4595.
    

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